This page documents all the programs that interest me. In a sense this is sort of like a bookmark of programs to use, or at least give a shot.
- Dreamweaver: This nonfree website editor is unparalleled, there is nothing in the web or market that seems to be able to compete with this program (especially opensource unfortunately).
- MDPad(Windows): Portable markdown editor. What I like about this, is that it loads markdown files fast, and just gets the job done. Left pane text view, right pane html view. Html export. link
- DownMarker(Windows): Primarily a viewer for markdown. Has a nifty editor, but preview annoyingly resets on every keystroke (as of 7th of feb). No html export however. Good renderer makes this suitable as a markdown viewer. For editing, still recommend MDPad. link
- MultiMarkdown(Windows): My preferred generator for markdown content.link
- SpeQ Mathematics: Quite useful little sheet calculator link
Arts / Photo editing
- Inkscape: Free vector editing program. Very useful when doing quick editing of SVG files. In fact, the background of this website was done in SVG. link
- 1bitter: Useful if you want really small b&w gifs link
- Smooth Draw: Used in Khan's Acadamy recordings. Don't forget in menu to select 'Option' then tick enable 'eraser tip of pen'. link
- Fldigi: Digital modem program for multiple platforms including windows. Very useful for decoding PSK31 and Hell etc... link
Analysis and Investigation and Low Level Tools
PhysMo(Win/Mac/Lin): Might be useful in analysis of motion in videos.link
x64_dbg(Win): An open-source x64/x32 debugger for windows. Link
Tera Term: Good for use with serial console, has serial modem support. link
Python: Used pretty much everywhere. link
- Now they support a package manager finally! It's called pip. Though you need to point to pip (in /script/ under python directory) and python32 to windows PATH manually yourself (I think it's automatic in linux).
Hackety Hack: Hoping to somehow understand how to use Ruby in normal usage scenario, so hopefully this program will help. link
DRAKON: DRAKON is a visual language for specifications from the Russian space program. DRAKON is used for capturing requirements and building software that controls spacecraft. link